Gandhi and the non-violently punching of Adulterer Trump

1942: Auchinek greets 10th Indian Division

Marxistoids, nihilists and other liars accuse Donald Trump of racism with great regularity. Most of them know only admiration for Mr. Mohandas Karamchand, better known as Gandhi. I don’t blame you if you think his first name was Mahatma. But so it is not: that is an honorary title 1). In his autobiography, Mohandas wrote… Continue reading Gandhi and the non-violently punching of Adulterer Trump

Faith in gods: that Absolutely Inalienable Right

Above is the title of a section towards the end of the Postface in my yet to be published book ‘49:49‘ (subtitled: ‘The Emperor’s Old Rags ‘).Below you find the complete draft of that part of the book. ” It is crucial to keep in mind what ‘inalienable’ really means: this right cannot effectively be… Continue reading Faith in gods: that Absolutely Inalienable Right

Polanyi: ‘Personal knowledge’ a.k.a. integrity

Michael Polanyi, author of 'Personal Knowledge'

About a month ago, in an article about cultivating bananas (!), I announced writing this extraordinary and comprehensive book review. The book I now review here was written by the most brilliant man you possibly never heard of: Michael Polanyi.The book is called “Personal Knowledge“. From ‘atheist-materialist’ Galileo Circle in Budapest … First, something about… Continue reading Polanyi: ‘Personal knowledge’ a.k.a. integrity

Male hobby judge resigns to better support the misogyny cause

McCloud/Williams about his transition

Every gender dysphoric boy or man who wants to become a transwo_man, is mentally disturbed in a different way. And sure as hell by themselves, as individuals, not all of them pose a threat to women and/or are pedophiles. In the last part of this blog post, I highlight the huge difference between the attitude… Continue reading Male hobby judge resigns to better support the misogyny cause

Tribute to David Reimer

Tribute to David Reimer

And a call to express solidarity with JK Rowling April 1st, 2024 A couple of months ago I made a video (+podcast) about me in my paintings gradually focusing more on making portraits and more specifically tributes. In this video I zoom in on one such portrait: my tribute to David Reimer. My praise for… Continue reading Tribute to David Reimer

Science and a cabinet of curiosities

Decorative bananaplant

I am in the process of writing an extraordinary and comprehensive book review. It is written by the most brilliant man you have probably never heard of: Michael Polanyi. The book is called “Personal Knowledge“. I first read part of it almost 47 years ago and was immediately very impressed. It seemed to me to… Continue reading Science and a cabinet of curiosities